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IMPORTANT
SAFETY
INSTflUCTIONS
io ,uo,io.,
o,or GENERAL
INSTRUCTIONS
ingthisappliancetopreventthepotentialrisk
exposed
toheatandmaybehighly
flammable.
of fire,electricshock,personalinjuryor dam- WARNING:
NEVER
useappliance
door(s),
or Donotuseorstorenearappliance,
agetotheappliance
asa resultofimproper
usageoftheappliance.
Useappliance
onlyforits
intendedpurpose
asdescribed
inthisguide,
Toensureproperandsafeoperation:Appliancemustbeproperlyinstalledandgrounded
byaqualified
technician,
> ALL RANGES
_
CAUSE INJURIES
TO PERSONS
CAN TIP AND
_
> INSTALL
ANTI-TIPDEVICE PACKED
WITH RANGE
> FOLLOW ALL.
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Toreduceriskoftippingofl
fromabnormalusageor byexcessive
loadingof the ovendoor,theappliance
mustbesecuredby a properlyinstalled
anti-tipdevice,
drawer,ifequipped,
asa stepstoolor seatas
thismayresultinpossibletippingoftheappliance,damagetothe appliance,
andserious
injuries,
If appliance
is installedneara window,procautionsshouldbetakentopreventcurtains
fromblowingoversurfaceelements,
NEVERuseapplianceto warmor heatthe
room.Failuretofollowthisinstruction
canlead
topossible
burns,injury,fire,ordamage
tothe
NEVER
wearloose-fitting
orhanging
garments
whileusingtheappliance,
Clothing
couldcatch
appliance,
components
ofthisappliance.
utensilhandlesor igniteandcauseburnsif NEVERleavesurfaceunitsunattended
asgarment
whenusinghighheat.Anunattended
ernents.comesincontactwithhotheatingel- pecialJy
boilover
couldcausesmokinganda greasy
Toensureproperoperation
andtoavoiddam- spillover
cancauseafire.
agetotheappliance
or possibleinjury,donot Thisappliance
isequipped
withdifferent
size
adjust,service,repairor replaceanypartof surfaceelements.
Selectpanswithflatbotthe applianceunless specificallyrecom- tomslargeenoughto coverelement.
Fitting
mendedinthisguide.Referallotherservicing pansizetoelementwillimprovecookingeltoa qualified
technician,
ficiency.
COOKTOP
NEVERstoreor usegasolineor othercombustibleor flammable
materialsin theoven,
nearsurfaceunitsor in the vicinityof this
Tocheckif deviceis properlyinstalled,look appliance
asfumescouldcreateafirehazard
underneath
rangewithaflashlighttomakesure or anexplosion.
oneoftherearlevelingLegsisproperly
engaged
in thebracketslot.Theanti-tipdevicesecures
the rearlevelinglegtothe floorwhenproperly
engaged.Youshouldcheckthisanytimethe
rangehasbeenmoved,
IH CASE OF FIRE
Turnoffappliance
andventilating
hoodtoavoid
spreading
theflame.Extinguish
flamethenturn
onhoodtoremovesmokeandodor.
Thisappliance
hasbeentestedforsafeperformanceusingconventional
cookware.
Do
notuseanydevicesor accessories
thatare
notspecifically
recommended
inthismanual.
Donotuseeyelidcovers,stovetopgrillsor
add-onovenconvection
systems.Theuse
of devicesor accessories
thatarenotexpresslyrecommended
inthismanual
cancreateserioussafetyhazards,resultin parlormanceproblems,
andreducethelifeofthe
If panis smallerthanelement,a portionof
theelement
willbeexposed
todirectcontact
andcouldigniteclothingorpotholder.
Onlycertain
typesof glass,glass-ceramic,
ceramic,earthenware,
orotherglazedutahTo preventgreasefires,do not let cooking silsaresuitableforcooktoporovenservice
greaseorotherflammable
materials
accumu- withoutbreaking
duetothesuddenchange
lateinor neartheappliance,
intemperature.
Followutensilmanufacturer's
Use only dry potholders.Moist or damp instructions
whenusingglass.
potho/ders
on hot surfacesmayresultin a Turnpanhandletowardcenterof cooktop,
steamburn.Do notletpotholders
touchhot notoutintotheroomoroveranothersurface
heatingelements,
Donoruseatowelorother element.
Thisreducestheriskofburns,ignibulkyclothwhichcouldeasilytouchhotheat- lionofflammable
materials,
orspillageifpan
ingelementsandignite.
is accidentlybumpedor reachedby small
Alwaysturnoffaftcontrolswhencookingis children.
completed.
> Cooktop:Smother
fireorflamein apanwith
a lidor cookiesheet.
NEVER
heatunopened
containers
onthesur(SI_I.I_CT
M01)fl_)
faceunitor
in theoven.Pressure
build-upin COIl
NEVERpickupormoveaflamingpan.
thecontainer
maycausecontainer
toburstre- Topreventdamage
toremovable
heatingel> Oven:Smotherfireor flamebyclosingthe suitinginburns,injuryordamage
totheappli- ements,donotimmerse,
soakor cleanina
ovendoor.
ance.
dishwasher
or self-cleanoven.A damaged
Do notusewaterongreasefires.Usebaking NEVERusealuminum
foiltolinedripbowlsor element
couldshortresulting
inafireorshock
soda,a drychemicalorfoam-type
extinguisher coverovenracksor ovenbottom.Thiscould hazard.
tosmotherfireorflame,
resultin riskofelectricshock,fire,or damage Makesuredripbowlsareinplaceasabsence
to theappliance.
Usefoil onlyas directedin ofthesebowlsduringcooking
coulddamage
thisguide,
wiring.
t].tMENTS
1
Protective
Liners:Donotusealuminum
foilto Donotuseovencleaners.
Nocommercial
oven
linesurfaceunitdripbowlsor ovenbottoms, cleaneror ovenlinerprotective
coatingof any
exceptassuggested
in themanual.Improper kindshouldbe usedin or aroundanypartof
installation
oftheselinersmayresultinariskof theoven.
electricshockorfire.
"--------ELASS'LERAMi(
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Children
mustbetaughtthattheappliance
and
utensilsin or onitcanbehot.Lethotutensils
coolin a safeplace,outof reachofsmallchildren.Childrenshouldbetaughtthatanappli-
Beforeself-cleaning
theoven,removebroiler anceisnotatoy.Children
shouldnotbeallowed
pan,ovenracksandotherutensilstoprevent toplaywithcontrols
or otherpartsoftheunit.
oven
excessive
smoking,
discoloration
ofthe
racksorpossible
damage
toutensils.
V[:HTILATIH5
HOOD
(!;ELt
MODELS)
(T
Wipeupexcessive
spillovers,
especially
greasy Cleanrangehoodandfiltersfrequently
topreNEVERcookon brokencooktop.If cooktop spills,beforethecleancycleto prevent
stuck- ventgreaseorotherflammable
materials
from
shouldbreak,cleaning
solutions
andspillovers ins,flare-ups
orflaming,
accumulating
on hoodor filterandto avoid
maypenetrate
thebrokencooktop
andcreate It isnormalforthecooktop
tobecomehotdur- greasefires.
ariskofelectric
shock.Contact
aqualified
tech- inga cleancycle.Therefore,
avoidtouching
the Turnthefan onwhenflambeing
foods(such
nicianimmediately,
cooktop,door,windowor ovenventduringa as Cherries
Jubilee)underthehood.
Cleancooktop
withcaution.
Somecleaners
can cleancycle.
produce
noxiousfumesifappliedtoa hotsurface.lfawetsponge,cloth,or papertowelis
HEATIH6
[LtiMEHTS IMPORT,itHT
SAF[TY
HOTI([
usedona
steam
burn.
hotcookingarea,becarefultoavoid NEVERtouchsufaceorovenheatingele- _HD
ments,areasnearelements,
or interiorsur-
WARHIH5
DEEP
fAT
FRYERS
faces
ofeoven.
SafeDrinking
WaterandToxic
Heating
lements
maybehoteventhoughthey TheCalifornia
Enforcement
Actof
1986(Proposition
65)reUseextreme
cautionwhenmovingthegrease aredarkin color.Areasnearsurface
elements quirestheGovernor
of California
to publisha
panor disposing
ofhotgrease.Allowgrease andinteriorsurfacesofanovenmaybecome listofsubstances
knowntotheStateofCalifortocoolbeforeattempting
to movepan.
hotenoughto causeburns.Duringandafter niato causecanceror reproductive
harm,and
use,donottouchorletclothingorotherflam- requiresbusinesses
to warncustomers
of poOVEH(S)
mablematerials
contactheatingelements,
dr- tentialexposures
tosuchsubstances.
easnearelements,
or interior
surfaces
ofoven Usersofthisappliance
areherebywarnedthat
Usecarewhenopeningdoor(s).Lethotairor untiltheyhavehadsufficient
timetocool.
whentheovenisengaged
intheself-clean
cycle,
steamescapebeforeremovingor replacing Otherpotentially
hotsurfaces
include:
Cooktop, theremaybesomelowlevelexposure
tosome
food.
areasfacingthecooktop,ovenvent,andsur- ofthelistedsubstances,
including
carbonmonForproperovenoperationandperformance,facesneartheventopening,
ovendoor(s),
at- oxide.Exposure
to thesesubstances
canbe
donotblockor obstruct
ovenventduct.When easaround
thedoor(s)andovenwindow(s), minimized
byproperly
ventingtheoventothe
ovenisin use,theventandsurrounding
area
outdoors
duringtheself-clean
cyclebyopening
nearthe
hotenough
tocause
burns. ventmaybecome
(HILl)
£ ETY
awindow
doorintheroomwheretheapplianceisand/or
located.
Alwaysplaceovenracksindesiredlocations NEVERleavechildren
aloneor unsupervisedIMPORTANTNOTICEREGARDINGPET
whileoveniscool.Ifrackmustbemovedwhile inareawhereappliance
isin useor isstillhot. BIRDS:Neverkeeppetbirdsinthekitchen
orin
ovenis hot,donotlet potholdercontacthot NEVERallowchildrento sitor standonany roomswherethefumesfromthekitchencould
element
in oven.
partoftheappliance
astheycouldbeinjured
or reach.Birdshavea verysensitiverespiratory
burned,
system.Fumesreleased
duringanovenselfS[[f'QE_HIH50VEH
CAUTION:
NEVERstoreitemsof interestto cleaning
cyclemaybeharmful
or fataltobirds.
children
in cabinets
aboveanappliance
or on Fumesreleased
duetooverheated
cooking
oil,
Clean
onlypartslistedinthisguide.Donotclean backguard
ofa range.Children
climbing
onup- fat,margarine
andoverheated
non-stick
cookdoorgasket.
Thegasketisessential
fora good pliance,dooror drawerto reachitemscould waremaybeequallyharmful.
seal.Donotrub,damage,
or movethegasket, damage
theappliance
orbeburned
orseriously
injured.
SAVE
THES[
IHSTRU(TIOHS
FOR
FUTURE
RiFiREH(E
SURFACE
COOKING
SURFACE
COHTROLS
Usetoturnonthesurfaceelements,
Aninfinite
choiceofheatsettingsisavailable
fromLOW
toHIGH.Theknobscanbesetonorbetween
anyofthesettings.
SETTING
THE
BeforeCooking
AfterCooking
_- Alwaysplaceapanonthesurfaceunit >- Makesuresurfaceunitisturnedoff.
CONTROLS
1. Placepanonsurfaceelement,
beforeyouturniton.Topreventdamageto range,neveroperatesurface _
unitwithouta panin place.
2. Pushinandturntheknobineitherdirection_
tothedesiredheatsetting,
NEVERusethecooktopasastorage OtherTips
areaforfoodor cookware.
>- If cabinetstorageis provided
directly
>- Thebackguard
is markedto identify
whichelementtheknobcontrols.For
example,indicates
rightfront
--_e element,
3. Thereisanindicatorlightbyeachpairof
controlknobs.Whenoneor bothof the
surfacecontrolknobsareturnedon,the
lightwillturnon.Thelightwillturnoffwhen
thesurfaceelements
areturnedoff.
4. Aftercooking,
turnknobtoOFF.Remove
pan.
DUALELEMENT
(selectmodels)
Selectglass-ceramicsurfaces
areequipped
witha dualelementlocatedintherightfront
position.Tooperate,pressthe rockerswitch
onthecontrolpaneltoward
(_) tocontrolthe
largeelement
ortoward• tocontrol
thesmall
element.
DuringCooking
_
Besureyouknowwhichknobcontrols
whichsurface
unit. Makesureyou
turnedonthecorrect
surfaceunit.
Cleanup messyspillsas soonas
possible.
abovecookingsurface,
limitittoitems
thatareinfrequently
usedandcanbe
safelystoredin anareasubjected
to
heat.
Temperaturesmaybeunsafe
foritems
suci"as volatileliquids,cleanersor
aerosolsprays.
_- Begincookingonahigherheatsetting
thenreducetoalowersettingtocornoletetheoperation.
Neverusea high
heatsettingforextended
cooking.
_- NEVERleaveanyitems,especially
plasticitems,onthecooktop.
Thehot
_ NEVERallowa panto boildry.This
airfromtheventmayigniteflammable
coulddamagethepanandthe appliitems,meltor softenplastics,or inance.
creasepressureinclosedcontainers
causingthemtoburst.
>- NEVERtouchcooktopuntil it has
cooled.Expectsome
partsof
the _
cooktop,
especiallyaroundthe
surface
NEVERallow aluminumfoil, meat
probesoranyothermetalobject,
other
units,[o oecomewarmor hotduring
cooking.Use potholdersto protect
hands.
thana panona suflaceelement,to
contactheatingelements.
MED.HIGH(8-9):
Usetobrownmeat,heatoilfordeepfatfrying
LOW
orsauteing.Maintainfastboilforlargeamounts 2
of liquids.
SUGGESTED
ttEAT
SETTINGS
Thesize,typeofcookware
andcooking
opera- MEDIUM:
tionwillaffecttheheatsetting.Forinformation Usetomaintain
slowboilforlargeamounts
of
oncookwareandotherfactorsaffectingheat
settings,referto "CookingMadeSimple" liquidsandformostfryingoperations.
booklet.
HIGH:
Useto bringliquidto a boil. Alwaysreduce
MED.LOW(3-4):
Useto continuecookingcoveredfoodsor
steamfoods.
settingtoa lowerheatwhenliquidsbeginto
boilorfoodsbegintocook.
LOW:
Usetokeepfoodswarmandmeltchocolate
andbutter.
OFF
_
HIGH
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3
4
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MEDIUM
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SURfA([
(s[t[cT
MOD[[)
GLASS-CERAMICSURFACE
I OnCanadian
models,thesurfacewillnotoperateduringa self-clean
cycle.
TIPS
TO
PROTECT
THE
GLASS-CERAMIC
SURFACE
> Before
firstuse,deanthecooktop.
(See
Cleaning,
page13.)
>- Donotuseglasspans.Theymayscratch
I
Cooktop
mayemitlightsmokeandodorthefirstfewtimesthecooktopisused.This
isnormal.
thesurface.
> Donotallowplastic,sugaror foodswith
I
Whenacontrolisturnedon,aredglowcanbeseenthroughtheglass-ceramic
surface,
Theelementwillcycleonandofftomaintainthepresetheatsetting,
I
highsugarcontentto meltontothe hot
cooktop.Shouldthishappen,
cleanimmediately.
(SeeCleaning,
page13.)
Glass-ceramiccooktopsretainheatforaperiodoftimeaftertheunitisturnedoff.
When
> Neverletapanboildryasthiswilldamage
theHOTSURFACE
lightturnsoff(seebelow),thecookingareawillbecoolenough
to
touch,
thesurfaceandpan.
Becauseofthe
heatretention
characteristics,
theelementswill
notrespondtochanges >- Neverusecooktopasa worksurfaceor
cuttingboard.Nevercookfooddirectlyon
insettingsasquicklyascoilelements,
thesurface.
| NOTE:Oonotattempttoliftthecooktop.
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WARMING
CENTER
Do not usethec0okt0pif the glassis:
brokenorif metalmeltsontOiLOa_Ian:
authorizedservi(;er,_ n0t attemptto
' repairt yoU_if
(selectmodels)
Usethe WarmingCenterto keepcooked
foodswarm,suchas vegetables,
gravies
andoven-safe
dinnerplates,
Pushthe switchonthecontrolpaneltoturn
COOKING AREAS
theWarmingCenteronandoff.
Thecookingareasonyourrangeareidentifled by permanentpatternson the glassceramicsurface.Formostefficientcooking,
fit thepansizetotheelementsize.
Pansshouldnot extendmorethan1/2to 1inchbeyondthecookingarea.
Formoreinformation
oncookware,
referto
"CookingMadeSimple"booklet.
> Neverusefoil-type
disposablecontainers
orplacea trivetorwokringbetweenthe
surfaceandpan.Theseitemscanmark
oretchthetop.
>- Donotslidealuminum
pansacrossahot
surface.Thepansmayleavemarkswhich
needtoberemovedpromptly.(SeeCleaning,page13.)
> Makesurethe surfaceandthepanbottomareclean
scratches. beforeturningontoprevent
WARMING
CENTER
> Allfoodsshouldbecovered
withalid
>- To preventscratching
or damage
to the
glass-ceramic
top, do not leavesugar,
saltorfatsonthecookingarea.Wipethe
cooktopsurfacewith a cleanclothor
oraluminum
foiltomaintain
foodquality,
>- Whenwarmingpastriesandbreads
thecovershouldhaveanopeningto
allowmoisture
toescape,
papertowelbeforeusing.
>- Neveruseasoileddishclothorspongeto
cleanthecooktopsurface.A filmwillremainwhichmaycausestainsonthecookingsurfaceaftertheareaisheated.
14/.4,q_/IA/G CENTER
Plastic
maymeltontothesurfaceand
beverydifficulttoclean.
HOrSU,_F_CE
_
L/GHTON
DELS;
COOKTOP
HOTSURFACE
LIGHT
Thehotsurfaceindicator
lightislocated
atthe
frontcenterofthecooktop.Thelightwill be
illuminated
whenanycookingareais hot,It
wi)_
remain
on,evenafterthecontrolisturned
off,untiltheareahascooled,
ceramiccooktop,cleanaftereachuse.
> Useonlycookwareanddishesrec> Donotuseplasticwraptocoverfoods. >- To retainthe appearance
ofthe glassommendedas safe for evenand
cooktopuse.
> AlwaysuseovenmittswhenremovingfoodfromtheWarming
Centeras
cookware
andplateswillbehot.
> It isnotrecommended
towarmfood
for longerthan one hour,as food
qualitymaydeteriorate.
> It is notrecommended
to heatcold
foodontheWarmingCenter.
SURFACE
COOKIHG,
CONT.
COIL
ELEMENT
SURFACE
(SELECT
MODELS)
COIL ELEMENTSURFACE
usinghighheatforlongperiods.
I OnCanadianmodels,thetwofrontelemeritswillnotoperateduringself-clean. I Do
not use oversizedcookware.Pans
shouldnotextendmorethan1-2inches
I Cleancooktopaftereachuse.
beyondtheelement.
To replace: Insertelementterminalsinto
receptacle.Guidethe elementintoplace.
Pressdownonthe outeredgeof element
untilitsitslevelondripbowl.
I Wipeacidorsugarspillsassoonasthe I Whenhomecanningor cookingwithbig
,,,
cooktophascooledasthesespillsmay pots,usetheCanningElement(ModelCE1),
TERMINALS
discolororetchthe porcelain.
ContactyourMaytagdealerfordetailsor
Toprotectdripbowlfinish:
call1-800-688-8408
toorder.
DRIP ROWLS
I Tolessendiscolorationandcrazing,avoid
I Cleanfrequently.(Seepage13.)
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LIFT-UP PORCELAIN COOKTOP
COIL ELEMENTS
To lift: Whencool,graspthecooktopfront > Whenanelementison,itwillcycleon
edge,Gentlyliftupuntilthetwosupportrods
andofftomaintaintheheatsetting,
5
snapintoplace.
To lower: Holdthecooktopfrontedgeand
_ Coilelements
areself-cleaning.
Donot
immerse
inwater.
carefullypushbackon eachsupportrodto
release.Thenlowerthetopintoplace,
Toremove:Whencool,
raiseelement.
Carefullypulloutandawayfromreceptacle,
Thedripbowlsundereachsurfaceelement
catchboilovers
andmustalwaysbe used.
Absenceofdripbowlsduringcookingmay
damage
wiring.
To preventthe riskof electricshockor fire,
neverlinedripbowlswithaluminum
foil.
Dripbowls
willdiscolor(blue/gold
stains)or
craze
overtimeifoverheated.
Thisdiscoloration or crazingis permanent.
Thiswillnot
affectcookingperformance.
OVEN
COOKING
Theelectronic
controlisdesigned
for easeinprogramming.
Thedisplaywindowonthecontrolshowstimeofday,timerandovenfunctions.
Messages
willscroJi
topromptyourprogramming
steps.Thedisplayshowsthelowerovensetat375°FandTIMER1setfor45minutes.
Bracket
line(upperleftside)coincides
withmessage
indisplay.ControlpanelshownincludesConvectBakefeature.
f
CANCELBake
Clean Toasr_2 r,,eep
Warm Light
Bri3il
1
,,,,.,
4
One
7
"-_etJ
2
5
8
3
6
9
12HourOff
TirnerBeepsCookTneBeeps
ControlLock SorollSpeed DspLayDim
TempCfF
CANCELBake
BtoiI
Clean Convect
Bake
L
0
E
R
0
%
E
@
afterfunction
padsarepressed,
removedfromovenbeforetuming
NOTE: Thetemperatureor time will be
on.
automatically
enteredfourseconds
afterse> Prepared
FeodWarning
Follow
lection.
foodman_acturer's
instructions.
If a plasticfrozenfoodcontainer
if morethan30 secondselapsebetween
pressinga functionpadandtheAUTOSET
and/oritscoverdistorts,
warps,or
isotherw!sedamageddu_ingcookpad or numberpads,the functionwill be
ing,immediately
discardthefood
canceledandthedisplaywill returnto the
anditscontainer.
Thefoodcould
previousdisplay.
becontaminated.
> Followthe manufacturer's
directionswhenusingovencooking
bags.
Donotuseovenforstoring
foodor
cook'ware,
ST_°mP
e SetupOp'dons
0
CLOCK
D
spL_,yOn/Off
\
>- Furtherinstructions
willscrollin display
>- Be sureall packingmaterialis
Default
Ligt-_
COHTRO[
OPTIONS
Severalcontroloptionsareindicated
under
Torecallthetimeof daywhenanotherfunction
isshowing,pressCLOCKpad.Clocktimecannotbechangedwhenthe ovenhasbeenprogrammedforclockcontrolledcooking,self-elean
or delayed
self-clean.
SEfTING
UPPER/,HI)
[OW[I
OV[H
FUNCTIONS
CANCEL PAD
Usetocancelallprogramming
excepttheClock
andTimerfunctions.
thenumberpadsonthecontrolFactory-set
optionscan
bechangedtoyourpreferences.
AUTOSETPAD
Seepage10formoreinformation.
Usewithfunctionpadstoautomatically
set:
OV[N
CONTROl
P/`DS SITTING
THE
(lOCK
> 350°Fbaketemperature
> HIor LObroil
>- Pressthedesiredfunction
padforthe
upperorloweroven.
1. PressCLOCKpad.Indicator
wordTIME
willflashinthedisplay.
_- threehoursofcleaningtime
>_ PresstheAUTOSETpadortheup-
2. Presstheappropriate
numberpadsfor
> fourminutesoftoastingtime
propriatenumberpad(s)toentertime the currenttime.(Timeis in a 12-hour
ortemperature,
format.)
>- A beepwillsoundwhenanypadis
pressed.
Aftera powerinterruption,
thelastclocktime
beforetheinterruption
willflash.
> A doublebeepwill soundif a programming
erroroccurs.
> 1700Fkeepwarmtemperature
> tochangecontroloptions
OVEN
COOKING,
CONT.
BAKEPAD
BAKING
Useforbakingandroasting.
CONVECTBAKING
1. PressBAKEpad,
I If theTOASTING
functionisoperating (SELECTMODELS)
in the upperovenwhen loweroven I As a generalrule,whenconvection
2. Pressagainfor350°ForpresstheAUTO
BAKEpad andtemperature
are enbaking,set the oventemperature
SETpad.Eachadditional
pressofAUTO
tered,the controlwilldisplayHEAT25° F lower than the conventional
SETwillraisethetemperature
25° F. Or,
INGDELAYED
XMINfollowed
byWAIT.
recipeor preparedmix directions.
presstheappropriatenumberpadsforthe Attheendofthedelaytheloweroven
Bakingtimewill bethesametoafew
desiredtemperature
between100°Fand
will startautomatically,
minuteslessthandirections.
5500F.
3. Whenthe oventurnson,a redpreheat
I Torecallthesettemperature
duringproheatpresstheBAKEpad.
indicator
willlight.
LOWER
PREHEAT
OYEN
BRACKET
I Tochangeoventemperatureduringcookbeup to 30%less.(Maintain
conventionalroastingtemperatures.)
ing,presstheBAKEpadandtheappropriatenumberpads.
I Seeroastingchartin "CookingMade
BAKE
ICON
I Whenroastingmeatusingthe convectionsetting,roastingtimesmay
I Allow4-8minutesfortheupperovento
Simple"bookletforrecommendedroastpreheat.AIIow10-16minutesforthelower
ing temperature
andtimes,and additionalbakingand convectioncooking
oventopreheat.
tips.
I Allowatleast%inchbetween
thebakingpanorcasserole
andthetopele- BROILING
mentin theupperoven.Loaf,angel
foodorbundtpansarenotrecommended
I IftheTOASTINGfunctionisoperating
intheupperoven.
in theupperovenwhen loweroven
BROILpadispressed,
adoublebeep
4. A singlebeepwill indicatethe ovenis
preheated
to the set temperature.
The
preheatindicator
willturnoff.
5. Whencookingis complete,
pressCANCELpad.Remove
foodfromoven.
I Do notusetemperatures
below140° F
will sound and display will read
to keepfoodwarmor below2000Ffor
TOASTING
WAITX MIN.
cooking.Forfoodsafetyreasons,lower
temperatures
arenotrecommended. I HIbroilisusedformostbroiling.UseLO
broilwhenbroilinglongercookingfoods
I Thebackpartof the lowerovenbake
toallowthemtocooktowelldonestage
element
willNOTglowredduringbaking,
withoutexcessive
browning.
Thisisnormal.
CONMECT
BAKEPAD
(LOWER
OVEN
ONLY- SELECT
MODELS)
1. PressCONVECT
BAKEpad.
I Whenbakingfrozen,self-risepizzasin
2. Pressagainfor325°ForpresstheAUTO
SETpad.Eachadditional
pressofAUTO
SETwillraisethetemperature
25°F. Or,
presstheappropriate
numberpadsforthe
desiredtemperature
between100°Fand
550cF.
3. Whenthe oventurnsona redpreheat
indicator will light and the _
convecticonwillbedisplayed. _
4. A singlebeepwill indicatethe ovenis
preheatedto the settemperature.
The
preheatindicatorwillturnoff.
5. Whencookingiscomplete,
pressCANCELpad.Remove
foodfromoven.
the upperoven,placethe pizzaon a
cookiesheetto avoidoverbrowning.
I Foradditionalbakingandroastingtips,
referto the "CookingMadeSimple"
booklet.
BROIL PAD
I Nevercoverbroi/erpaninsertwithaluminumfoil.Thisprevents
fatfromdraining
tothepanbelow.
I ingto
Expectbroiltimestobelongerandbrownbeslightlylighterif applianceis
installedona208voltcircuit.
3, Foroptimalbroiling,
preheatthreetofour
minutesoruntilthebroilelementisred.
Usefor top browningor broiling.Forbest
4. Placefoodinovenleavingtheovendoor
results,
usethebroilerpanprovidedwithyour opentothefirststopposition(aboutfour
range,
inches).
1. PresstheBROILpad.
5. Follow broilingrecommendations
in
2. PresstheAUTOSETpad for HI broil,
"CookingMadeSimple"booklet.
pressagainfor LO broil,or pressthe
appropriate
numberpadsto setdesired 6. Whenbroilingiscomplete,pressCANCELpad. Remove
foodandbroilerpan
broil temperaturebetween3000and
5500F.
fromoven.
TOASTING
PAD
(UPPEROVENONLY)
Fortoastingbreadand productsthat are
toastedina toasterortoasteroven.
1. PresstheTOASTING
pad.
5. At the endof the settoastingtime,the
displaywillreadTOASTING
COMPLETE
andbeepfourtimes.Onereminder
beep
willsoundevery30seconds
for5 minutes
oruntilCANCEL
padispressed
ordooris
opened.
2. PresstheAUTOSETpadtoset4minutes NOTE:Foroptimalresultswhentoasting4-5
oftoasting
time.Eachadditional
presswill
piecesofbreador othersimilaritems,follow
increase
thetoasting
timeby10seconds, diagram
belowforfoodplacement.
TOASTING
willbedisplayed,
Or,presstheappropriatenumberpads
tosetthetoasting
timeinminutes
and
! Toastingis basedontimenotternperature.
I Formoreevenbrowning
results,preheattheoven3-4minutes.
! the
Toasting
timeswill
when
ovenis
hot orbeshorter
whenrepeated
toastingfunctions
aredone.
KEEPWARM
secondsbetween
10secondsand10
minutes,
Browning
timemayvary,watchtoastingcarefullytoavoidover-browning.
3. TheAUTOSETtoasting
time(4minutes)
canbechanged
foryourconvenience.
To
TOASTING
I Foroptimal
foodqualityandnutrition,
ovencookedfoodsshouldbe kept
warmfornolongerthan1to2hours.
KEEPWARMPAD
(UPPEROVENONLY)
! Foroptimalfoodqualityandcolor,
foodscooked
ontherangetopshould
bekeptwarmforanhourorless.
changetheAUTOSETtoastingtime,
press ForsafelykeepingfoodswarmorforwarmingI
TOASTING
pad,enterthedesiredtime, breadsandplates,
thenpressandholdAUTOSETpadfor
severalseconds.Thecontrolwill beep 1. PressKEEPWARMpad.
I
andNEWAUTOSETENTERED
will be 2. PressAUTOSETpadfor170oForpress
displayed,
theappropriate
numberpadsfortemperaNOTE:TheAUTOSETtimeforTOASTturesbetween145°and190°FINGcanbesetfrom3tol0minutesoron 3. KEEPWARMand thetemperature
seselectmodelsfrom 10 secondsto 10
lectedwillbedisplayed
whenthefunction
minutes,
isactive.
4. If the lowerovenis operatingwhenthe 4. Whenwarmingiscomplete,
pressCANTOASTING
padispressed,TOASTING
CELpad.Remove
foodfromtheoven.
NOTAVAILABLE
- LOWEROVENIN
USEwillbedisplayed.
ToastTime*/
: Food
Cold:Start
SlicedWhiteBread3V2-4V2min.
FOod
Tortillas(flour)
Waffles(frozen)
ToasterBreaks**,
ToasterPastry
(unfrozen)
ToasterPastry
(frozen)
4- 4_/=rain.
3_/2
- 4 min.
4V2-43/4min
ToastTime*/
ColdStart
Zh- 3 min.
HotPockets**
4- 5 min.
Bagels
4V2-5 rain.
EnglishMuffins
3V2-4 min.
CheeseSandwich3V2-4V2min
* Toastingtimes are approximateand should be usedas a guideonly.
** Brand namesareregisteredtrademarksof the respectivemanufacturers,
To keepfoodsfrom drying,cover
looselywithfoilora lid.
Towarmdinnerrolls:
- coverrollslooselywithfoiland
placeinupperoven.
- pressKEEPWARMand
AUTOSETpads.
- warmfor12-15minutes.
I Towarmplates:
- place2 stacksofuptofourplates
eachintheupperoven.
- pressKEEPWARMandAUTO
SETpads.
- warmforfiveminutes,
turnoffthe
ovenandleaveplatesintheeven
for 15minutesmore.
- useonlyoven-safe
plates,check
withthemanufacturer.
- donotsetwarmdishesonacold
surfaceasrapidtemperature
changescouldcausecrazing.
.................................................
OVEN
COOKIHG,
CONT.
COOKTIME/STOP
TIMEPADS ToDelay
theStart
ofCooking
andTurn
Automatically:
TIMERPADS
CLOCKCONTROLLED
OVENCOOKING
Off
Useto programtheovensto startandstop
automatically.
Cooktime
maybesetforupto
11hoursand59minutes
(11:59).Theclock
mustbefunctioning
andcorrectlysetforthis
featuretowork.
1. PressCOOKTIMEpad.COOKTIMEwill upto99hoursand59minutes(99:59).
flash.Presstheappropriatenumberpads
Thetimer(s)operateindependently
of any
toentercooking
timeinhoursandminutes, otherfunctionandcanbesetwhileanother
2. Presstheupperor lowerovenBAKEor
CONVECT
BAKE(selectmodels)
padand
Both ovens may be set for clock controlledcooking.Tosetbothovens:
1, SetCOOKTIMEandbaketemperatures 3.
forbothovens,
2. SetSTOPTIMEforbothovens,
ThewordsSTOPTIMEmustbeflashinginthedisplaytosetSTOPTIME.
To StartImmediatelyandTurnOff Automatically:
4.
5.
Thetimer(s)maybesetforanytimeperiod
ovenfunctionis operating,THETIMER
DOESNOTCONTROL
THEOVEN.
selectthebaketemperature.
COOKTIME
willbedisplayed
alongwiththetempera- 1. PresstheTIMER1or2pad.TIMER1or
ture.
2 willflashrespectively,
0HR:00willappearinthedisplay,
PressSTOPTIMEpad,Displayshows
numberpadsto
whentheovenwillstopbasedonanimme- 2. Presstheappropriate
enterdesiredtime.
diatestart.
3. TIMER1orTIMER2willbedisplayed.
If
PressSTOPTIMEpadagain.STOPTIME
mustbeflashingto setthe delaystart
bothtimersareactiveTIMER1+2willbe
time.
displayed.
EXAMPLE:
Tosetatimerfor5 minutes,
Presstheappropriate
numberpadstoenterthetimeyouwanttheoventostop.
presstheTIMERI padandthenumber
pad5. Thecontrolwillbegincountdown
DELAYandBAKEwillbedisplayed,
aflerafourseconddelay.
1. PressCOOKTIMEpad.COOKTIMEwill 6.
flash.Presstheappropriate
number
pads
to entercookingtimein hoursandmin- 7. Attheendofthedeayperiod,COOKTIME4. Thelastminuteofthecountdownwillbe
utes.
willbedisplayed
alongwiththetemperadisplayed
inseconds.
ture.
2, Presstheupperor lowerovenBAKEor
5, Attheendofthesettime,"END"willbe
section,
displayed
andonefoursecondbeepwill
CONVECTBAKE(selectmodels)pad 8. Followsteps3-5inpreceding
andselectthebaketemperature.
COOK
soundfollowedbytwobeepsevery30
TiMEwill be displayedalongwith the
secondsforuptofiveminutes.
Pressthe
temperature,
correspondingTIMERpad to cancel
3. Oneminutebeforethe endof the programmedcooktime,thelightwillturnon,
abeepwillsoundandCHECKFOODwill
bedisplayed.
LightwillturnoffautomaticallywhenCANCELpadis pressedor
afterovendoorisopenedandclosed,
4. Attheendofcooktime,theovenwillshut
a preheatedoven,suchas cakes,
offautomatically,
"End"andCOOKTIME
cookiesandbreads,
willbedisplayedandfourbeepswillsound.
................................................ ......
Pressandholdthe corresponding
TIMER
padforseveral
seconds.Afteraslightdelay
thetimeofdaywillappear.
5. PressCANCELpad.Remove
foodfrom
oven. If the programis not canceled,
therewillbelreminderbeepeveryminute
forupto30minutes,
OR
PresstheTIMERpadandthe"0" number
pad.Aftera slightdelaythe timerwill be
canceled.
NOTE:TheCookTime/StopTimereminderbeepsmaybechanged.
SeeControlOptions
(CookTimeBeeps),
page10.
9
I Highlyperishablefoodssuchasdairy
the beeps.
products,
pork,poultryorseafood
are
NOTE:TheTimerreminder
beepsatthe
notrecommended
forde/ayed
cookendofa settimemaybechanged.
See
ing.
ControlOptions
(TimerBeeps),
page10.
! Clockcontrolledbakingisnotrecommended
forbakeditemsthatrequire
To Cancela SetTime:
(ONTROL
OPTIONS
ToChangeFactory
SetDefaultOptions:
CONTROL
LOCK(4)
OVENTEMPERATURE
ADJUSTMENT
1. Controloptionsmaybechangedby se- Thefunctionpadsonthe controlcanbe
lectingtheSetupOptions(O)padandthe
Iockedto preventunwanteduseforsafety
desiredoptionpad.(SeeOptionsbelow.) andcleaningbenefits.Thecurrenttimeof
2. Currentoptionwillappearinthedisplay, daywillremaininthedisplay,
Ifyouthinktheovenisoperatingtoocoldor
hot,youcanadjustit. Bakeseveraltest
itemsandthenadjustthetemperature
setlingnotmorethan10° Fatatime.
3. PresstheAUTOSETpadtochangethe
option.
ToAdjust:
SCROLLSPEED(5)
Thescroll speedof the messages
in the
4. PressCANCEL
padto setthedisplayed displaymay be changedfrom FASTto
optionandexittheprogram.
MEDIUM
toSLOW.Thedefaultissetforthe
mediumspeed.
OPTIONS AVAILABLE:
DISPLAY
DIM (6)
12 HOUROFF(1)
Thecontrolintensitymaybechangedfor
easierreading. Thedefaultis setfor the
Theovenmaybe setto turn off after12 highestintensity*....... . Thefewer..... the
hoursorstayonindefinitely,Thedefaultis lesstheintensity.
settoturnoffafter12hours,
TEMP
C/F(7)
TIMERBEEPS(2)
Thereare three choicesfor the endof
"timer"reminder
signals,
Onebeepfollowedbytwobeepsevery30
secondsfor upto fiveminutes(default
Thetemperature
scalemaybechanged
to
Centigrade
or Fahrenheit,Thedefault
isset
forFahrenheit.
LANGUAGE
(8) (selectmodels)
1. PresstheBAKEpad(upperor lower
oven)andenter550° F,
2. PressandholdtheBAKEpad(upperor
loweroven)for severalsecondsuntil
TEMPADJisdisplayed.
3. PresstheAUTOSETpad-eachpress
changesthetemperature
by50F. The
controlwillacceptchanges
from-35°to
+35° F.
4. iftheovenwaspreviously
adjusted,
the
changewillbedisplayed.
Forexample,
iftheoventemperature
wasreduced
by
15° F,thedisplaywi]lshow-15° F.
5. Whenyouhavemadetheadjustment,
presstheCANCEL
padandthetimeof
daywill reappear
in the display.The
setting).
Thewordswhichscrollin thedisplaymay
> Onebeepfollowedby twobeepsevery bechangedfromEnglishtoFrenchorSpanminuteforupto30minutes,
ish.
>- Onebeepfollowed
bynootherbeeps.
DEFAULT
(9)
COOKTIMEBEEPS(3)
The controlcan be resetto restorethe
factorysettingforeachoption,
Thereare three choicesfor the end of
"clockcontrolled
cooking"remindersignals.
DISPLAY
ON/OFF(CLOCK)
Thetime-of-daydisplaymay be shutoff
>_ Fourshortbeepsfollowed
by onebeep whenthe ovenis notin acookingorcleaneveryminuteforupto30minutes
(default ingfunction,
setting),
>_ Fourshortbeepsfollowedby noother
beeps,
>> Fourshortbeepsfollowedby onebeep
every30seconds
foruptofiveminutes.
ovenwill nowbakeat the adjusted
temperature.
OVEN
LIGHTS
Theovenlightsautomaticallycomeonwhen
thedoorsareopened,Whenthedoorsare
closed,pressthe LIGHTpad (upperor
loweroven)onthecontrolpaneltoturnthe
lightsonor off,
Theovenlightswillnotoperateduringa
cleancycle.Theovenlightswillcomeon
automatically
oneminutebeforetheendof
a clockcontrolled
cookingoperation.
OVEH
(OOKIHG,
CONT.
OVEN
VENT
Convecmode,s/"
,on/se,ec
,se u,pRACK
ed
:
Useformostbakedgoodsona cookie
withoneRollerGlide
TM
rackandtworegular
flatracks,
Whentheovenisinuse,theareanearthe
ventmaybecomehot enoughto cause
burns.NEVERblockthe ventopening.
OVENVENTLOCATION
To REMOVE
OVENRACKS;
_
" ong/ass-cemm/c,'ange
nge
Pullrackstraightoutuntilitstopsatthelockstopposition;
liftuponthefrontoftherack
> ForRollerGlide
TM rack(select
models),
pull
boththe rackglideandrackbaseouttogether.
andpullout.
> On a coil element _
surface,
besurethe
dripbowlinthevent
locationhasa hole OVENVENT
inthecenter.Donot
OPEN,VG
coverthe drip bowlwith aluminum
the upperoven,steammay be visible
comingfromthe ovenvent.This is nor-
> Placerackontheracksupportintheoven;
tiltthefrontendupslightly;sliderackback
untilit clearsthelock-stop
position;lower
frontandslidebackintotheoven.
RACKPOSITIONS
perovenrackoutto
removeor check
food,graspthe top
_- Whenputlingtheupedgeoftherack. _
LOWEROVEN
> Conventional:Is equippedwith one
RollerGlide
TMrackandoneregularflat
rack(selectmodels)or tworegularflat
racks.
11
and5.(Seeillustration.)
HALFRACKACCESSORY
(LOWER
OVEN
ONLY)
Ahalfrack,
toincrease
oven
capacity,
is
avai[ab{e
asanaccessory.
It fitsin theleft,
_
Isequipped
withonerackandrackposition.
RACK1:
Useforroasting
arge
cutsof
meat
and
Useforroasting
slmall
cuts
ofmeat,
cassepou)try,frozenpies,dessertsoufflesor
angelfoodcake,
andtwo-rackbaking.
Threerack:(convection
bakingonly,
selectmodels)Userackpositions1,3
Allracksaredesigned
withalock-stop
edge.
UPPEROVEN
roles,bakingloavesofbread,bundtcakes
or custardpies,andtwo-rackbaking.
TWOrack:Userackpositions
2 and4,
or 1and4.
To REPLACE
OVENRACKS;
OVEN
RACKS
RACK2:
Multiple
RackCooking:
foil.
Whenhighmoisture
foodsarecookedin
real.
sheetor jellyrollpan,layercakes,
fruitpies,orfrozenconvenience
foods,
andforbroiling.
_
_
_.
b
5
,
3
_
Three-rack
Convection
Baking (Racks 1, 3 and 5)
RACK5: (highestposition)
Usefortoastingbreadorbroilingthin,nonfattyfoods.
RACK4:
Usefortwo-rackbakingandforbroiling.
upperportion
oftheovenandprovides
space
foravegetable
dishwhenalargeroasteris
Kitor
dealer
on
theforthe
lowerrack.ContactyourMaytag
"HALF'RACK" Accessory
call 1-800-688-8408
toorder.
CARE
&CLEAHIHG
It is normalfor cartsofthe rangeto
becomehotduringa cleancycle,
> To preventdamage
to ovendoor do
| Topreventdamage
toovendoor,donot | As theovenheatsandcools,youmay
attemptto openeitherovendoorwhen
hearsoundsof metalpartsexpanding
theLOCindicator
wordisdisplayed,
andcontracting.
Thisisnormalandwill
notattempt
toopenthedoorwhenthe
LOCKindicatorwordisdisplayed,
> Avoidtouching
cooktop,
door.window,
orovenventareaduringadeancycle,
I Duringthecleaning
process,
thekitchen notaffectperformance.
shouldbewellventilatedto helpelimi- ! Wipeupsugaryandacidicspilloverssuch
hatenormalodorsassociated
withclean- assweetpotatoes,
tomatoormilk-based
ing. Odorswilllessenwithuse.
saucespriortoaself-clean
cycle.Porcelainenamelis
acidresistant,
not acid
I It is normalfor flare-ups,smokingor
> Donotusecommercial
ovencleaners
ontheself-clean
ovenfinishoraround
anypartoftheovenastheywilldamagethefinishor parts,
CLEANPAD
Useto set a self-cleancycle. (Only one
ovenmaybecleaned
atatime.Bothovens
willlockwheneitherisbeingcleaned.)
1. Clean oven
frame,door
frame (area
outside of
gasket)and
around the
/_ J
\ ._ _-__ ,_/_:
,--_,_,_.__-'_:_.,_;/__\_
_'_'_ A
_'.,',,_.1_>//I
_/
"_/
flamingto occurduringcleaningif the
proofandmaydiscolorif spillsarenot
ovenisheavilysoiled.Itisbettertoclean
wipedupbeforea self-clean
cycle.
theovenregularly
ratherthan
towaituntil ! A whitediscoloration
mayappearafter
thereisa heavybuildupofsoil.
cleaning
ifacidicorsugaryfoodsarenot
! Wipeupexcessgreaseor spillovers
to
wipedupbeforethe cleancycle. This
preventflare-ups.Foreaseincleaning, discoloration
is normalandwillNOTafthebakeelementin theupperor lower fectperformance.
ovencanbeliftedslightly(1 inch).
....................................................................................................
CLEANING
PROCEDURB
7. bedisplayedandthedoormaybeopened.
WhentheoveniscooI,LOCwillnolonger
8. Wipeout theoveninteriorwitha damp
cloth.Ifsoilremains
itindicates
thecycle
wasnotlongenough.
openinginthedoorgasketwithanonabra- ToCancelSelf-CleanCycle:
sivecleanersuchas BonAmi*.These
areasarenot exposedto cleaningtem- 1. PressCANCEL
pad.
peratures.
2. IfLOCisNOTdisplayed,
openovendoor.
2. Removeovenracks.If racksareleftin
duringa cleancycle,itmayimpairfunction
andtheywill discolor.Turnoffthe oven
lightandclosedoor.
3. PressCLEANpad,
4. PresstheAUTOSETpadfor 3 hoursof
cleaning
time,pressagainfor4 hoursand
againif2 hoursofcleantimeisdesired,
If LOCisdisplayed,
allowoventocool.
ToDelaytheStartof a Self-CleanCycle:
> Be sureappliance
is off and all
partsarecoolbeforehandlingor
cleaning.Thisisto avoiddamage
and possibleburns,
> Topreventstainingor discoloration,
cleanappliance
aftereachuse,
>- If a partis removed,be sureit is
correctlyreplaced.
1. Followsteps1-4above.
2. PresstheSTOPTIMEpad.STOPTIME BROILER PAN AND INSERT
willflash.
> Placesoapyclothoverinsertandpan;
letsoakto loosensoil.
3. AsSTOPTIMEflashes,presstheappropriatenumberpadstoenterthetimeyou > Washinwarmsoapywater.Usescour-
5. CLEANING
andLOCplusthecleantime
wishtheoventostop.
ingpadto
remove
stubborn
soil.
> Broiler
panandinsert
canbecleaned
in
willappearinthedisplayandbothovens 4. DELAYCLNandLOCwillbedisplayed,
dishwasher.
willlock.
5. Whenthedelayperiodiscompleted
and
6. When the clean cycle is complete,
cleaningbegins,CLEANING,
LOCand
BRUSHED CHROME
CLEANED
will be displayed.LOCwill
thecleantimewillbedisplayed.
(SELECT MODELS)
remain
onuntilthe
ovenhascooled
(approx.
> Whencool,washwithsoapywater,rinse
1 hour),
andbuffthesurface.
>- Forheaviersoil, usea mildabrasive
cleanersuchas bakingsodaor Bon
* Brandnamesforcleaning
products
areregistered
trademarks
oftherespective
manufacturers.
CARE
&CLEANING,
(ore.
CONTROLKNOBS
pasteor DonAmi*.Donot useabrasive
streaking
thesurface.Rinseandbuff.
> Topreventscratching,
donotuseabra-
> Removeknobsin the OFFpositionby
pullingforward,
cleanerssuchassteelwoolpadsor oven
cleaners.Theseproductswillscratchor
sivecleaners.
> To restorelusterandremovestreaks,
followwithStainless
SteelMagicSpray*
> Wash,rinseanddry.Donotuseabrasive
permanently
damage
thesurface.
cleaning
agentsastheymayscratchthe NOTE,Used/ytowelorclothtow/peupspills,
finish,
espec/;_l/y
acidor sugaryspills.Surfacemay
disco/oror du//if so//isnot immediately
re> Turnon eachelementto be surethe move_7-h/s/sespec/a//y/mpoftantforwh/te
knobshavebeencorrectlyreplaced.
surfaces.
AmP,rubbingwiththe grainto avoid
(Part#20000008)**.
Chromewillper.
manently
bakeon. discolorif soilis allowedto
STAINLESSSTEEL(SELECT MODELS)
,
,
,
,
DRIP BOWLS - PORCELAIN
GLASS - OVEN
WfNDOWS
& ODORS
(SELECT MODELS)
> Avoidusingexcessiveamountsof water
Porcelainmaydiscolororcrazeifoverheated.whichmay seepunderor behindglass
DONOTUSEANYCLEANING
PROD. This is normalandwill notaffectcooking
causingstaining.
UCTCONTAININGCNLORINEBLEACH.
performance.
ALWAYSWIPEWITNTNEGRAINWNEN
> Washwith soapandwater.Rinsewith
> Whencool,washaftereachuse,rinse
clearwateranddry.Glasscleanercanbe
CLEANING.
anddrytopreventstainingor discolorausedifsprayedona clothfirst.
DailyCleaning/Light
Soil-- Wipewith
tion.Maybewashedinthedishwasher.
> Do not useabrasivematerialssuchas
oneofthefollowing-soapywater,white > To cleanheavysoil,soakin hot sudsy
scouringpads,steelwoolor powdered
vinegar/watersolution,
Formu/a409Glass
water,thenusea mildabrasivecleaner
cleanersastheywillscratchglass.
andSurfaceCleaner*or a similarglass
suchasSoftScrub*anda plasticscourcleaner- usinga spongeor softcloth,
ingpad.
Rinseanddry.Topolishandhelpprevent
GLASS-CERAMIC COOKTOP fingerprints,
followwith StainlessSteel > Forburnedonsoil,removefromrange, (SELECTMODELS)
MagicSpray(PartNo.20000008)**.
placeonnewspapers
andcarefully
spray
withcommercial
ovencleaner.(Donot
Neveruseovencleaners,chlorinebleach,
Moderate/Heavy
Soil-- Wipewithoneof
spraysurrounding
surfaces.)
Placeinplas- ammoniaor glasscleanerswithammonia.
thefollowing-DonAmi,SmartCleanser,
ticbagandallowto soakseveralhours. NOTE:Callan authorizedservicerif the
or SoftScrub*-usingadampspongeor
Wearingrubbergloves,
remove
frombag, glass-ceramic
top shouldcrack,breakorif
softcloth.Rinseanddry.Stubborn
soils
wash,rinseanddry.
metalor aluminumfoil shouldmeltonthe
may be removedwitha dampScotchcooktop.
Brite*pad;rubevenlywiththegrain.Rinse
DRIP BOWLS - CHROME
>"
anddry. To restorelusterand remove
streaks,
followwithStainless
SteelMagic (SELECT MODELS)
>
Spray*.
> Whencool,washaftereachuse,rinse
• Discoloration
-- Usinga dampsponge
anddrytopreventstainingordisco/eraor softcloth,wipewithCameoStainless
lion.
SteelCleaner*.Rinseimmediately
and
> To cleanheavysoil,soakin hotsudsy
dry.Toremove
streaksandrestoreluster,
water,thenusea mildabrasivecleaner
followwithStainless
SteelMagicSpray*.
suchasSoftScrub*anda plasticscouring pad.Do not useabrasivecleaning
CLOCK AND CONTROL
agents.
>
PAD AREA
ENAMEL (PAINTED) - SIDEPANELS,
> Toactivate"ControlLock"for cleaning, DOOR
PANELS
& HANDLES
seepage10.
> Whencool,washwithwarmsoapywater,
> Wipewitha dampclothanddry.
rinseanddry.Neverwipeawarmorhot
> Glasscleanersmaybeusedifsprayed
ona clothfirst.DONOTspraydirectly
on controlpadanddisplayarea.
surfacewitha dampclothas thismay
damagethe surfaceandmaycausea
steamburn.
> Forstubbornsoil, usemildlyabrasive
cleaningagentssuchas bakingsoda
* Brandnamesforcleaning
products
areregistered
trademarks
oftherespective
manufacturers.
]3
Toorderdirect,call1-800-688-8408.
AIIowthecooktoptocoolbeforecleaning.
General- Alwaysclean cooktopafter
eachuse,or whenneeded,witha damp
papertowelandCooktop
Cleaning
Creme
(PartNo.20000001
)**.Then,buffwitha
clean,drycloth.
NOTE:Permanent
stainswill developif
soilis allowedto cookonby repeatedly
usingthecooktopwhensoiled.
HeavySoilsorMetalMarks-Dampen
a
"scratchless"
or "neverscratch"scrubber
sponge.ApplyCooktop
CleaningCreme*
(PartNo.20000001)**
andscrubto removeas muchsoilas possible.Applya
thinlayerofthecremeoverthesoil,cover
withadamppapertowelandletstand30
to 45minutes(2-3hoursfor veryheavy
soil).Keepmoistby coveringthe paper
towelwithplasticwrap.Scrubagain,then
buffwitha cleandrycloth.
NOTE:Onlyusea CLEAN,
DAMP PLASTICFINISHES-
"scratchless"
padthatissafefornon-stick TRIM& END
CAPS
cookware.
Thepatternandglass
will be
damaged
ifthepadisnotdamp,
ifthepad
issoiled,or ifanothertypeofpadisused.
> Burned-onor CrustySoils- Scrubwith
a"scratchless"
or "neverscratch"scouringpadandCooktopCleaningCreme*.
NOTE:
Holda razorbladescraper
at a
30° angleand
scrapeanyremaining
soil.Then,cleanas
_
described
above.
Donot
usetherazorblade
for dailycleaning
asitmaywear
the pattern
ontheglass.
> MeltedSugaror Plastic- Immediately
turnelement
toLOWandscrapefromhot
surfacetoacoolarea.Thenturnelement
OFFandcool.Cleanresiduewithrazor
bladescraperand CooktopCleaning
Creme*.
OVEN INTERIORS
> Followinstructions
onpage12to seta
self-clean
cycle,
OVEN RACKS
> Cleanwithsoapywater,
> When
cool,cleanwithsoapandwater,
rinseanddry.
MAINT[NAN(E
OVENDOOR(S)
Useaglasscleaneranda softcloth.
NOTE:Neveruseovencleaners,
abrasive
orcaustic//quid
orpowdered
c/eansers
on
> Donot placeexcessiveweightonor
plasticfinishes.Thesec/ean/ngagents
w/i/
standonanopenovendoor.Thiscould
scratchormarhhish,
causethe rangetotip over,breakthe
NOTE"Topreventsta/h/hg
ordisco/oration,
door,or injuretheuser.
wipeupfat,greaseoracid('tomato,
lemon,
>- Donotattempttoopenorclosedooror
vinegar,
milk,fruitjuice,
marinade)
immed/ate/ywitha drypapertowel
operate
placed.ovenuntildoorisproperlyre-
PORCELAINENAMELBACKGUARDAREA,
TRIM
ONGLASS
CERAMIC
SURFACE,
CGOKTOP
ONCOIL
SURFACE
Porcelainenamelis glassfusedonmetal
andmaycrackorchipwithmisuse.Itisacid
resistant,notacidproof.Allspillovers,
especiallyacidicor sugaryspitlovers,
should
bewipedupimmediately
witha drycloth,
> Whencool,washwith soapywater,
rinseanddry.
> Neverwipeoffa warmor hot surface
with a dampcloth.This maycause
cracking
or chipping.
>- Neveruseovencleaners,abrasiveor
causticcleaning
agentsonexteriorfinishofrange.
>- Neverpiacefingersbetweenhingeand
frontovenframe.Hingearmsarespring
mounted.
If accidentally
hit,thehinge
willslamshutagainstovenframeand
couldinjureyourfingers.
Boththe upperandlowerovendoorsare
removable.
To REMOVE:
1. Whencool,opentheovendoortothebroil
stopposition(opened
aboutfourinches).
2. Graspdoorateachside.Donotusethe
doorhandletoliftdoor.
3. Liftupevenlyuntildoorclearshingearms.
derorsoap-filled
scouring
pad.Rinseand
dry.
> Ifovertime,racksdonotslideouteasily,
wipetherackedgeandracksupportwith
a smallamountofvegetable
oiltorestore
> Remove
stubborn
soilwithcleansing
poweaseofmovement,
thenwipeoffexcess
oil.Likewise,
placeonedropofvegetable
oilonrackroller.
To REPLACE:
NOTE:Removeovenracksduringa clean
cycle,l/racksarele/t/ntheoven,itmayimpa/r
functionandtheywilldiscolor,
1. Graspdoorateachside.
2. Alignslotsinthedoorwiththehingearms
ontherange.
3. Slidethedoordownontothehingearms
untilthedooriscompletely
seatedonthe
hinges.Pushdownonthetopcornersof
thedoortocompletely
seatdooronhinges.
Doorshouldnotappearcrooked.
NOTE:Theovendoorona newrangemay
feel"spongy"
whenitisclosed.Thisisnormal
andwilldecrease
withuse.
CARE
&CLEANING,
CONT.
OVENWINDOW(S)
TOPROTECT
THEOVENDOORWINDOW:
1. Donotuseabrasive
cleaning
agentssuch
assteelwoolscouringpadsor powdered
cleaners
astheymayscratchtheglass.
2. Donothittheglasswithpots,pans,furniture,toys,or otherobjects,
3. Donotclosetheovendooruntiltheoven
racksareinplace,
UPPERAND LOWEROVEN LOWEROVENLIGHT
LIGHTS(SELECTMODELS)
(SELECT
MODELS)
Toassuretheproperreplacement
bulbis
used,orderbulb from MaytagCustomer
Service,Call1-800-688-8408,
askforpart
number74004458
- halogenbulb.
replacing
lightbulb.
> Usea drypotholder
to preventpossibleharmto handswhenreplacing
Scratching,
hitting,jarringorstressingtheglass> Disconnect
powerto rangebefore
mayweaken
itsstructure
causing
anincreased
replacing
lightbulb
riskofbreakage
ata laterdate,
_ Allowoventocoolbeforereplacing
lightbulb.
LEVELING
LEGS
> Makesurebulbeoverandbulbare
coolbeforetouching,
> Besuretheanti-tipbracketsecuresoneof
the rearlevelinglegsto the floor.This
tallytipping,
Disconnect
powerto rangebefore
>
bulb.
Besurebulbiscoolbeforetouching
bulb.
_ Do not touchhotbulbwitha damp
clothasthismaycausethe bulbto
break,
BULBCOVER
1. Whenoveniscool,usefingertipsto
grasp
Therangeshouldbeleveled
when
edgeofbulbcover.Pulloutandremove.
installed.If therangeisnotlevel,
2. Carefullyremoveold bulb by pulling
turnthe
plastic
leveling
legs,lostraightoutofceramic
base.
bracket
prevents
therange
fromacciden- TOREPLACE
OVENLIGHT
BULB:
__'_-__
1
catedat eachcornerofthe
3. Toavoiddamaging
ordecreasing
thelife
'_ETA,"ER
range,untilrangeis
ofthenewbulb,
donottouchthebulbwith
level,
barehandsorfingers.
Holdwithaclothor
TOREPLACE
OVENLIGHTBULB:
BRAC/<Er
papertowel.Push new bulb prongs 1. Whenovenis cool,holdbulb coverin
straighlintosmallholesofceramicbase, place,thenslidewireretaineroffcover.
4. Replacebulbcoverby snappinginto
NOTE:Bulbcoverwillfall if not heldin
CONVENIENCE
OUTLET
(CANADIAN
MODELS
ONLY)
Theconvenience
outletislocatedonthelower
leftsideofthebackguard,
Besureappliance
cordsdonotrestonornear
thesurfaceelement.Ifthesurfaceelementis
turnedon,thecordandoutletwillbedamaged.
Theconvenience
outletcircuitbreakermaytrip
ifthesmallappliance
pluggedintoitexceeds
10amps.Toresetthecircuitbreaker,
pressthe
switchlocatedontheloweredgeofthebackguard.
CIRCU/TBREAKERSWITCH
]5
place,
5. Reconnect
powerto the range.Reset
clock.
placewhileremoving
wireretainer.
2.
bulbcoverandlightbulb,
3. Remove
Replace
w
itha 40-wattappliance
bulb.
4. Replacebulbcoverandsecurewithwire
retainer.
5. Reconnect
powertorange.Resetdock.
B[FOE
YOU
CALL
FOR
SIRVIC[
FORMOSTCONCERNS,TRY
THESEFIRST:
BAKINGRESULTSARE NOTAS
EXPECTEDOR DIFFERFROM
openedwhentheLOCindicator
wordisnot
displayed.
! Checkifovencontrolshavebeenprop- PREVIOUS
OVEN.
edyset.
I Makesurethe ovenvent hasnot been
I Checkto besureplugis securelyinblocked.Seepg.11forlocation.
sertedintoreceptacle,
I Checktomakesurerangeislevel.
I Checkorre-setdrcuitbreaker.
Checkor I Temperatures
oftenvarybetweena new
replacefuse.
ovenandanoldone.Asovensage,theoven
I Bothovenswill lockwheneitherovenis
cleaned.
I Checkpowersupply,
I Thisis normalwhencookingfoodshighin
moisture.
temperature
often"drifts"andmaybecome
hotterorcooler.Seepg,10forinstructions
onadjusting
theoventemperature.
/VOTE"
PARTORALL OF APPLIANCE
It is not recommended
to adjustthe ternDOESNOTWORK.
peratureif onlyoneor tworecipesare in
NOTE:Canadianmodels:Outingaselfquestion.
cleancycle,theglass.ceramiccooking I Checkthatoventemperature
isdecreased
surfacewill not operate,and the two
by25oFwhenconvectbaking.
MOISTURECOLLECTSONOVEN
WINDOWORSTEAMCOMESFROM
OVENVENT.
I Excessive
moisture
wasusedwhencleaningthewindow.
THEREIS A STRONGODOROR
LIGHTSMOKEWHENOVENIS
frontelementson coil elementmodels I See"CookingMadeSimple"bookletfor TURNED
ON,
will not operate,
moreinformation
onbakeware
andbaking. ! This is normalfor a newrangeandwill
I Checkif surfaceand/orovencontrols
disappearafterafewuses,
Initiatingaclean
havebeenproperlyset,Seepgs.3 &7,
I Checkifovendoorisunlocked
afterselfcleancycle.Seepg.12,
I Checkifovenissetforadelayed
cookor
cleanprogram.
Seepgs.9& 12.
I Upperovenmaybein atoastingoperation,Lowerovenwilloperatewhenthe
toasting
operation
iscompleted,
I Checkifcoilelementisproperly
installed
orneedstobereplaced.
Seepg.5.
FOODIS NOTBROILINGPROPERLY
OR SMOKESEXCESSIVELY.
cyclewill"burnoff"theodorsmorequickly.
! Turningonaventilation
fanwillhelpremove
thesmokeand/orodor.
II close
Check
rackpositions,
Foodmaybetoo
tooven
element.
I Excessive
foodsoilson theovenbottom.
Useaself-clean
cycle.
GLASS-CERAMIC
SURFACE
I Trimexcessfatfrommeatbeforebroiling.
I Asoiledbroilerpanwasused.
SHOWSWEAR.
I Broilelementwasnotpreheated,
I Aluminum
foilwasincorrectly
used,Never
linethebroilerinsertwithfoil.
! Ovendoorwasclosed
duringbroiling.
Leave
thedooropen
tothefirststopposition
(about
4 inches),
1.Tinyscratches
orabrasions.
I Makesurecooktopandpanbottom OVENWILL NOTSELF-CLEAN.
areclean.Donotslideglassormetal I Checktomakesurethecycleisnotsetfor
pansacrosstop, Make
surepanbota delayed
start,Seepg,12,
tomisnotrough.
Usetherecom-
STEAMCOMESFROMVENTAREA.
! Whenhighmoisture
foodsarecooked
inthe
upperoven,steammaybevisiblecoming
fromtheventarea.Thisisnormal.
"F"
PLUSA NUMBERAND THE
MESSAGE:"CALL AN AUTHORIZED
SERVICEROR 888-462-9824"*
I Thisis
called
a faultcode,
If a faultcode
appears
in thedisplay
andbeepssound,
presstheCANCELpad.
Ifthefaultcodeand
mended
cleaning
agents.Seepg.13. I Checkifdoorisclosed,
beepscontinue,disconnect
powerto the
appliance.
Waitafewminutes,
thenrecon2.Metalmarks,
nect power.If fault codeandbeepsstill
I Donotslidemetalpansacrosstop, OVENDID NOTCLEANPROPERLY.
continue,
disconnectpowertotheappliance
Whencool,cleanwithCooktop
I Longercleaningtimemaybeneeded,
andcallanauthorized
servicer,
Cleaning
Creme.Seepg.13.
I Excessivespillovers,especia/lysugaryand/
! Iftheovenisheavilysoiled,
excessiveflare3.Brownstreaksandspecks,
oracidicfoods,werenotremovedpriorto
upsmayresultinafaultcodeduringaclean
I Spillsnotremoved
promptly.
Wiping
theself-clean
cycle,
cycle.PressCANCELpadandallowthe
withsoiledclothorsponge.Pan
oventocoolcompletely,
thenresettheclean
bottomnotclean,
cycle.Ifthefaultcodeandbeepsstillcon4.Areaswitha metallicsheen.
OVENDOORWILL NOTUNLOCK
tinue,disconnectpowerto the appliance
I Mineraldeposits
fromwaterandfood. AFTERSELF-CLEANCYCLE,
andcallanauthorized
servicer.
5.Pittingorflaking.
I Sugaryboilovers
thatwerenot
removedpromptly,
Seepg,13,
I Oveninteriorisstillhot. Allowaboutone
hourfortheovento coolafterthecompletionofa self-clean
cycle.Thedoorcanbe
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SERVICE
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TOLL-FREE
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ISNO[ COVEREDBY THESEWARRANTIES:
FullOneYearWarranty.PadsandLabor
W_]'
Forone(1)yearfromtheoriginalretailpurchasedate,anypartwhichfailsinnormal
home
usewillberepairedorreplaced
freeofcharge.
1. Conditions
anddamagesresultingfromanyofthefollowing:
a, Improper
installation,
delivery,or maintenance.
b. Anyrepair,modification,
alteration,
or adjustment
notauthorized
bythemanufactureror anauthorized
servicer.
LimitedWarranties
- PadsOnly
SecondYear- Afterthe firstyearfromthe
originalourchase
date,partswhichfailinnormalhomeusewillberepaired
orreolaced
free
of chargefor the Dartitself,withthe owner
c. Misuse,abuse,accidents,
or unreasonable
use.
d. Incorrectelectriccurrent,voltage,or supply.
e. Improper
settingofanycontrol.
payingallothercosts,includinglabor,mileageandtransportation,
2. Warranties
arevoidif theoriginalserialnumbershavebeeremoved,altered,or
cannotbereadilydetermined.
ThirdThroughFifthYear- Fromtheoriginal
purchase
date.partslistedbelowwhicr_
failin
normalhomeusewillbere_iredor replacea
freeofchargeforthepartitself,
with/heowner
payingall othercosts,includinglabor mile-
3, Lightbulbs.
4, Productspurchased
for commercial
or industrial
use,
5. Thecostofserviceor servicecallto:
a. Correctinstallation
errors.
ageandtransportation,
Electronic
Controls
b. Instructthe useronthe properuseof theproduct.
c. Transport
the appliance
totheservicer,
> Glad-ceramicCook/up:duetothermal
breakage,
ElectricHeatin
9 Elements:surface,
broil
andbakeelements
onelectriccooking
appliances.
6. Consequential
or incidental
damages
sustained
byany personas a resultofany
breachofthesewarranties.
Somestatesdonotallowtheexclusion
or limitation
of
consequential
or incidental
damages,sotheaboveexclusionmaynotapply,
Theabovewarranties
on{ycoveranappliance
installedinCanadathathasbeencertifiedor
listedby appropriate
testagenciesfor COrn-
I
CatlthedealerfromwhomyourappliancewaspurchasedorcalIMaytagAppliances
SalesCompany,
MaytagCustomer
Assistance
at 1-888-462-9824,
USAto locate
anauthorized
servicer.
:olianoe
toa NationalStandard
ofCanadaunlessthe appliance
wasbroughtintoCanada
duetotransferof residence
fromthe United
StatestoCanada.
!
Besuretoretainproofofpurchase
toverifywarrantystatus.RefertoWARRANTY
forfurtherinformation
onowner'sresponsibilities
forwarrantyservice.
If the dealeror servicecompanycannotresolvethe problem,writeto Maytag
Appliances
SalesCompany,
At/n:CAIR®Center,P.O.Box2370,Cleveland,
TN
37320-2370,
or call1-888-4Maytag
forPriorityOne
Service(1-888-462-9824).
Canadlan.es,.ent. IFYOU
HEED
SERVICE
I
LimitedWarranty
Outside
theUnitedStates
It
andCanada- PartsOnly
Fortwo(2)yearsfromthedateoforiginalretail purchase,
anypartwhichfailsin normal
homeusewillbe repaired
orreplacedfreeof
chargeforthepartitself,witl_theownerpayingallothercosts,including
labor,mileage
and
transl_ortation,
U.S.customersusingTTYfor deaf,hearingimpairedor speechimpaired,call
1-800-688-2080.
Thespec/#cwarranties
expressed
aboveare
c. Nameandaddressofyourdealeror servicer;
theONLYwarranties
providedbythemanufacturerThesewarranties
Eiveyouspecific
legalrights,andyou mayalsohaveo/her
ffghtswhich_'atyfromstatetostate,
d. Acleardescription
of theproblemyouarehaving;
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NOTE:Whenwritingorcallingabouta serviceproblem,pleaseincludethefollowinginformation:
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I
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